I am a native Californian but have lived in the Northwest since my teens so my roots are here now. It's been a great place to raise a family and now that my kids are grown, my Labradoodle and our three cats are the "kids" we dote on. I am a sports fan, especially the Seahawks! I love movies, music and BBQ. I actually have a Traeger pellet smoker, a Big Green Egg and a Weber charcoal grill but don't get to use them enough, sadly. I would say my favorite activity is travel, again not enough time to do much these days! If I could live anywhere that I have visited, it would be Kauai in Hawaii. That place just makes me feel better and i can't wait to visit again. I hope that gives you a glimpse into my background and thanks for looking me up!
Seattle Tops Wenatchee Saturday Night at TTC
Saturday’s Western Hockey League matchup between the Wenatchee Wild and Seattle Thunderbirds may have been only two games into Wenatchee’s inaugural WHL season, but the rematch between last year’s league finalists had a certain playoff feel to it. Scoring chances were hard-fought, a raucous crowd of more than 3,300 ramped up the energy inside Town Toyota Center from start to finish, and a last-minute goal gave the contest a dramatic ending.
Friday Night North Central Washington Football Prep Scores
Friday night football scores around North Central Washington
Wenatchee Wild Rally For Win in WHL Debut
The Wenatchee Wild made their official debut in the Western Hockey League Friday night, and made a powerful opening statement: they are never out of a game. Trailing 4-1 late in the first period, the Wild charged back to tie the game in the opening seconds of the third period, pulling ahead on Landon Young’s eventual game-winner at the 3:14 mark and knocking off the Portland Winterhawks by a 6-5 count.
Large Rigs Will Need Permit to Use McNeil Canyon Road
Douglas County Commissioners adopted a new permitting process Tuesday for operators of vehicles weighing over 10,000 pounds to travel on McNeil Canyon Road. Commissioners closed the road for use by vehicles over 10,000 pounds in late August of this year due to safety concerns over road conditions and a study needed for for a planned roadway realignment and safety improvement project, anticipated for completion by 2025.
Washington Apple Blossom Festival Fundraising Auction is Oct. 28th
The net proceeds are used to help with the construction and decoration of Festival floats and the maintenance of the truck, equipment trailers and travel expenses for the Apple Blossom Royalty, Float driver and and the Applarian Chancellor to attend festivals around the state.
Memorial Service For K9 Kait, Chelan County Jail’s Narcotics Dog
K9 Kait served as a narcotics-detecting canine with her partner and handler Corrections Deputy Jacob Lewis at the CCRJC until earlier this year. K9Kait passed away unexpectedly last month while undergoing treatment for chronic hepatitis of the liver.
Archer is the Wenatchee Humane Society Pet of the Week
The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society staff says he loves all people and is good with other dogs. Archer is always happy to meet a new friend and would be a great hiking buddy, a fun companion, and ready to be your very best friend.
Moses Lake Police Arrest 5 Murder Suspects Including Two Douglas County Teens
One month after a man was killed in Moses Lake in what police described as a gang-related shooting, two males and three teen suspects were arrested late Thursday and Friday
Looking For Fall Color; Washington’s Most Scenic Hiking, Biking & Driving Tips
Here is a collection of what the Evergreen State offers for great fall foliage viewing by car, hiking or bicycling.
Meet Ronny, Pet of the Week at Wenatchee Valley Humane Society
He loves playing with his many dog friends, and he loves jumping in the doggie pool to cool off on hot summer days! Ronny may be a little shy when he first meets you, but give him just a little time and he will act like he’s known you for his whole life!